Moreover, the celebration of IWD is also about taking action throughout the year to drive gender parity. As stated on the International Women's Day website, IWD belongs to everyone, everywhere. Our sport family is committed to making the world a more safe and fair place for everyone.
Judo was actually created and publicised to be inclusive in a world that might be free from bias, stereotypes and discrimination. If there is still a lot of work to do, the testimonies that we published over the past days prove that it is possible and that we should stay optimistic when we dream and want a world that is diverse and equitable, a world in which differences are considered, valued and celebrated. Together we are stronger, together we can foster the ideals of equality and together we can all #EmbraceEquity.
Happy International Women's Day to all the incredible women in the Judo family! Your strength, perseverance, and passion for this sport is an inspiration to us all. Keep shining and making us proud! 💪🥋🌷 #InternationalWomensDay #WomenInSport #JudoFamily #Judo pic.twitter.com/5ModipRgQu— Judo (@Judo) March 8, 2023